Toronto Coach and Master Storyteller Nadine Araksi Silverthorne

Nadine Araksi Silverthorne

Nadine Araksi (formerly Silverthorne) has spent nearly two decades creating click-worthy content and digital strategies for media companies, apps, and websites. She has worked for exciting brands and publications like HGTV.ca, FoodTV.ca, Alliance Films, Canadian GeographicCanadian Family, Random House of Canada and Sweetspot.ca. Nadine spent many happy years at Today’s Parent, helping drive the success of that brand in the digital and social space with the best people in the business (and got to offer her two cents on parenting, daily). She is currently the Director of Product Management for Rogers Publishing and thoroughly loves being a boss lady.

After navigating her youngest child’s rare disease and subsequent hospitalization in 2013, followed by the breakup of her marriage in 2017, Nadine found solace in the communities and friendships she had cultivated over the years. Always on one journey of self-discovery or another, Nadine hopes to share her experiences of moving from darkness to light with courage, kindness, and gratitude with those who are ready to listen and use them as a catapult for their own journeys.

      

Listen to an interview with Nadine on the What She Said with Candance Sampson.

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Toronto Coach and Master Storyteller Nadine Araksi Silverthorne

Stephanie J. Marshall

Stephanie J. Marshall (pictured right) is a Toronto life coach, speaker, podcaster and the founder of Plaid Paddle Coaching, which does online adhd coaching as well as corporate productivity engagements. She coaches interesting women who want to feel in charge of their life and in control of their trajectory either in one-on-one sessions or in group programs. Stephanie has been hired to present workshops to Eva's youth shelter and Indigenous Services Canada. She loves stirring the pot, encouraging people to get out of their comfort zone, and leading people towards what makes them feel that they are at their best.

Stephanie is the creator and host of the Casually Coaching Strangers podcast, where anonymous strangers call in and get a coaching session.

Previously Stephanie worked in the digital content and strategy space. She has worked with brands and companies including Shoppers Drug Mart, Rogers Media (publishing, radio, and TV), Molson, Trojan, Royal Bank, Holt Renfrew, and at the CBC. She has an MBA from Schulich, but so do a lot of people. It’s more interesting to note that she is in a band, and loves hanging out with cows and alpacas when it comes up.

      

Listen to an interview with Stephanie on the Passion Project Podcast with Toronto Writer Cat Margulis:

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